Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan met a few select students of the prestigious Stanford University here Thursday, and shared some of his life's experiences with them, including learning that "frailties and failures need to be celebrated".
Delhi-based Shraddha Shree and Shivam Ahuja won Max Life Insurance's "i-genius Young Singing Stars" competition and bagged an album contract each with Universal Music Group.
Actor Hemant Pandey says his upcoming satirical comedy "Chal Guru Ho Ja Shuru" is about sadhus (sages), but it has nothing to do with spiritual guru Asaram Bapu, who is currently lodged in Jodhpur jail.
Filmmaker Vikram Bhatt says he had originally written "Khamoshiyan" to make a sequel of 2011 "Haunted - 3D".
Bollywood thespian and now ailing Dilip Kumar, who was born in Peshawar, said Thursday that he longed to reach out to the parents of the children massacred in the Pakistani city.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has officially pulled the plug on the Christmas release of the much-anticipated film "The Interview", and the most disappointed person with the declaration is Charles Chun, who plays General Jong in the movie.
Executives at Sony Pictures Entertainment feel that someone who worked for the studio is behind the massive hacking because no one from outside could so precisely target the compromising information.
The annual Dastkari Haat crafts bazaar, which will start from Jan 1, 2015 here, will not only bring the finest handicrafts from across the country, but will also offer intricate handicrafts from Tibet.
Actor Mark Wahlberg does not deserve pardon for the assaults that he committed in the past, says his former bodyguard Leonard Taylor.
Actress Priyanka Chopra, who has turned producer this year, says in the New Year she will enter into more interesting ventures.